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'Sorry'

You may say "I'm sorry" out of habit or embarrassment after a car crash, but hold your tongue at the scene of an accident. There's no need to admit fault or assign blame -- let a police officer determine fault. You don't want your words to cause confusion about your role in an accident, especially if you weren't at fault.

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